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new hillary clinton e-mails released overnight. more than 7,000 pages revealing her frustration with the state department handled secrets. also gifilti fish. and the fight on global warming this morning. the harsh words the president has who deny. and the execution-style murder of the sheriff's deputy. the suspect's troubling past.
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good morning. i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. a new batch of e-mails from hillary clinton's time as secretary of state released overnight by the state department. most of the 7,000 e-mails are mundane. some are eye catching over the private e-mail server. in one exchange, they expresses frustration of a treatment of the classified sending it over the classified messages system. it's a public statement. just e-mail it. when she receives the draft remar remarks, she responds, these worthy of being top secret. another from chelsea blasts the relief efforts in haiti as i incompetent. and more than 100 in the batch
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marked classified retroactively. we have elise labott with the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, 125 of the 7,000 e-mails released last night have information that has now been upgraded to classified. percentage wise, that is double than the previous charge. it suggests the state department is erring on the classified more because of the scrutiny from the intelligence community. the information was not marked classified at the time it was sent. the vast majority were upgraded because they were released to the public. they received the lowest level of classification. we see this issue as dogging the presidential campaign. she is already taking a hit in the polls on honesty and trustworthiness. bernie sanders is gaining on her in iowa. she is leading, but lost one-third of voters in iowa.
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you have seen her change her tone in the last week acknowledging some members of the public have concerns of the use of a private server. admitting it wasn't the best decision. we have a long way to go after yesterday's batch. that is only 25% of the 55,000 pages of e-mails released. every month a new batch is going to be released. it is fodder for the republicans. every time clinton is forced to talk about e-mails, she is not talking about issues important to americans. john, christine. >> elise labott, thank you. a new challenge to donald trump's supremacy in iowa. ben carson is tied with trump at 23% in the monmouth poll. carson's gain seems to be scott
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walker's loss. six weeks ago, walker was in front in iowa at 22%. a sharp jab from donald trump at jeb bush's position on immigration. a new attack ad uses a short clip bush made that some undocumented immigrants come to the u.s. to provide for their families. >> they broke the law, but it is not a felony. it's an act of love. >> a couple of interesting things. trump posted this on instagram. you can see what he can do without spending any money. the second thing is critics are saying this ad more than anything looks a lot like the willie horton ads that were in support of jeb's father george h.w. bush. it seems intentional in some
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ways, the framing from the trump people and scathing. >> early for attack ads. we have a long way to go. >> trump is going after jeb bush. >> this morning, bush will be back in his home state of florida and tour a high school and tour a town hall in miami. candidates in the republican pac are doing what they can to get national attention. chris christie dropped by "the tonight show" to campaign to jimmy fallon. >> donald trump is in the lead of all these polls. is this a surprise to you? >> oh, no, i completely expected that. everything he does is beautiful and wonderful. life is a strange ride, gym. we'll keep riding it. i'm not worried about donald or anybody else. i'm worried about me. we will see what happens. >> the straight talker in the campaign until donald trump got
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involved was chris christie. now he found himself second fiddle or third fiddle to donald trump. it is interesting. >> life is an interesting ride. you do have to keep riding it. joe biden set to take place in the labor day parade. estimated 60,000 union members. this is an effort to gauge support for the democratic nomination. and president obama will be in the alaska wilderness today. he is planning a glacier hike of the bay. he is using the arctic as a backdrop of the climate agenda. he is taking global warming deniers to task at a conference in anchorage. we have jim acosta all the way from alaska with latest. >> reporter: john and christine,
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president obama has arrived in alaska to deliver what he believes to be an urgent message on climate change. the president is sounding the alarm calling attention to what alaskans are experiencing here. melting glaciers, record-high temperatures and worst wildfire seasons in years. in his address on monday night, he hinted at republicans in congress who have stood in the way of his climate agenda. >> any so-called leader who does not take this issue seriously or treats it like a joke is not fit to lead. the time to heed the critics and cynics and deniers has past. the time to plead ignorance is surely past. those who want to ignore the science, they are increasingly alone. >> reporter: the president started the trip by renaming mt.
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mckinley, denali. he will see the effects of climate change first hand. he will tour one of the melting glaciers. he will do that with bear grylls who will test the president's survival skills. he will become the first president to visit the arctic to hear from fishermen who are threatened by climate change. he is that passionate about this issue. john and christine. >> jim acosta, thank you. the two ohioan politicians are furious with him renaming mt. mckinley. house speaker john boehner and governor john kasich says the switch disrespects william mckinley. america's 25th president and former governor of ohio.
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neither of those two people there are william mckinley. president obama wants to change the name of mt. mckinley to denali. great insult to ohio. >> some are upset it is not named mt. trump. >> he says do you want it changed to mt. mckinley? >> interesting what the birth certificate says. president obama three votes short of having the senate blocking the iran deal. 13 still undecided. we will find out about two key votes on. this democratic senators ben carson is set to announce positions on the deal. congress will vote on the measure in the coming weeks. united nations releasing satellite images confirming the temple bell in palmyra has been
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destroyed by isis. the extremists control the city and new images show the building and alter of the temple of bell obliterated. last week, the temple has been destroyed as well. it is time for an early start on your money. it looks like an ugly start to september for stocks. picking up where we left off. asian shares are lower. disappointing report on chinese manufacturing. u.s. stock futures are lower. yesterday was a loss for the dow 115 points. the biggest drop since may of 2010. concerns about china, a looming interest rate hike and oil. oil prices are falling again down 3%. it is just look at that chart. another big swing in a spiral downward. oil plummeted below $38 for the
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first time since 2009. then prices spiked. a lot of people worried of speculation. it smells like a lot of people thought oil had gone down too much. a fundamental reason. an oil production number was bullish for the market, but not enough to move 30% in a week. buckle up. crazy market. was a houston sheriff's deputy killed because of his uniform? as we learn new information about the suspect in this case. that's next.
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texas prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty for a suspect charged in the execution-style murder of a deputy. shannon miles faced murder charges on monday. authorities are trying to find
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out why he shot darren goforth 15 times with no apparent provocation. the harris county sheriff says he was targeted for just being a police officer. >> at this juncture we find no other provocation other than he was wearing a uniform. >> this should be labeled a hate crime. should that be the case? >> if we can demonstrate because he was wearing a uniform, that would qualify. >> the suspect has a rap sheet and history of mental illness. cnn's ed lavandera has more from houston. >> reporter: we have learned in october of 2012, shannon miles was arrested and criminally charged with assault with a deadly weapon in austin, texas. he never went to trial on that charge. instead, he was found mentally
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incompetent to stand trial. we learned that prosecutors issued a subpoena trying to track down mental health records from houston hospitals. this comes from one of miles' attorneys. one thing they will do is order a psychological evaluation. that will be something that prosecutors will be digging deeper into as this case moves along. here at pump number eight at chevron gas station where deputy sheriff goforth was shot and killed on friday night, the outpouring of support continues. thousands of people leaving flowers and teddy bears and balloons and messages of condolences for the family of goforth. many people had to hear and see the suspect in the case for the first time in court today. some of the gruesome details of
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the way the murder unfolded in the parking lot were released. troubling and powerful and emotional scene in the courtroom. christine. thank you, ed. a stunning rise in murder rates in major cities across america. these numbers are sobering. milwaukee with 104 homicides this year. a 76% increase over 2014. cities like st. louis, baltimore, washington, new orleans, chicago, also reeling from rising murder rates. now some officials, some believe intense scrutiny of police departments and their use of force has made officers less aggressive while emboldening crimin criminals. family of kate steinle will file a lawsuit over the shooting death in july. the suspect is a mexican national in the u.s. despite
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being deported five teams. donald trump has talked about this case a great deal during his campaign. the supreme court refusing to intervene on behalf of kim davis, the kentucky county clerk, who denied marriage licenses to same-sex couples. davis sought a stay from the high court. her continued refusal now could result in fines or jail time. the last chance for a deflategate settlement came and went so quickly. a hearing in new york monday attended by nfl commissioner roger goodell and new england patriots quarterback tom brady. the two sides were unable to agree. leaving the matter in the hands of the federal judge who will decide as early as today whether the four-game suspension brady received will stand. cnn's rachel nichols has more. >> reporter: if you were hoping for a definitive and peaceful end to the tom brady deflategate
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saga, a federal judge did not have good news. optimism early. the judge tried to force a settlement meeting with brady and goodell and dragged in owner john mara in court. mara is one of the powerful owners in the league and perhaps judge berman thought if he wasn't getting anywhere with a settlement, call on goodell's possible like you or i call on a manager in a store. unfortunately no agreement was reached. by the end of the day, settlement talks are officially over. that means the judge has to issue a ruling. it will come soon. probably tuesday or wednesday. we're in month eight of the saga. hearing we could finally get a ruling should be good news, until you consider which ever side loses is likely to appeal and we still may have a way to go in all of this.
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>> rachel, thank you. >> when is the start of the season? >> patriots play a week from thursday. with or without tom brady. >> justice needs to move more swiftly. chaos as migrants move across the border and suffering with no place to go. we are live with this crisis as it unfolds next. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare? that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay
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new developments in europe is escalating migrant crisis.
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train loads of men, women and children, mostly from syria flooding into austriaustria. angela merkel says all countries must equally bear the burden. we have cnn correspondent frederik pleitgen live from munich this morning. this is meeting difficult political roadblocks in europe, fred. >> reporter: you are absolutely right. a lot of political chaos in europe which countries will accept how many people. one of the things, christine, is what the germans have done. we can see hundreds of people flooding in. the germans have said anybody who comes here from iraq or syria, no matter which country he has been to before, he will be able to apply for asylum. that's a key thing. normally, in europe, the first country you go into, that is
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where you apply for asylum. the germans are saying everybody can come here and apply for asylum. that is what many people are doing. the folks coming here, many of them, are also syrians. we spoken to afghans as well. many speak of the harrowing journey. they say it was difficult to get into the european union. they say it was hard to get across hungary because they were stopped by the authorities and had very little food and water. many of them not expecting europe to be here. i have to say hats off to the german authority. they have been providing medical attention and food and water. they are trying to get the people that come here from the trains and keep them in a holding area and put them on buses to a shelter. that is sort of working here, but you sense the authorities here like other countries are overwhelmed by this situation. now we are also hearing that one
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of the train stations has now been closed in budapest. we expect the situation to deteriorate. a difficult situation for all of the european countries. we are seeing many families with children very weak and tired. >> harrowing and deadly journey. leaving their country torn by war and trying to find out where they will land and how they will be treated. a complicated story. thank you, frederik pleitgen. new e-mails sent by hillary clinton as secretary of state released overnight. what she said about her department's handling of classified information. this all happened while you were sleeping. it's all coming up.
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new e-mails from hillary clinton's private e-mail server released overnight while you were sleeping. 7,000 pages showing frustration with the way her department handled secrets. president obama fight against global warming. new information in the execution-style murder of a houston sheriff's deputy. what investigators are saying about the suspect's past and why they think he did it. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 30 minutes past the hour. while were you sleeping, the state department released e-mails from hillary clinton's time as secretary of state.
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7,000 pages in the set. many are routine, but some are eye catching over the private e-mail server. in one, she expresses frustration with the treatment of a document on the israeli palestinian conflict as if it were classified sending it over the classified messages system. secretary clinton wrote to an aide, it's a public statement. e-mail it. once she receives remarks, she responds that is certainly worthy of being top secret. another e-mail from chelsea blasts the international relief effort in haiti and urging her mother to quickly change the relief paradigm on the ground. more than 100 e-mails marked classified retroactively. elise labott has more. >> reporter: john and christine, 125 of the 7,000 e-mails released last night have
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information that has now been upgraded to classified. percentage wise, that is double than the previous charge and it suggests the state department is erring on the classified more because of the scrutiny. the information was not marked classified at the time. the majority were upgraded because they were released to the public. they received the lowest level of classification. still we see this issue as dogging the presidential campaign. she is already taking a hit in the polls on honesty and trustwort trustworthiness. she lost about one-third of her support in iowa. you have seen her change her tone in the past week, acknowledging some people have legitimate concerns of the private server use. admitting it wasn't the best
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decision. we have a long way to go after yesterday's batch. that is just a quarter of the 55,000 pages of e-mails released. every month, a new batch is going to be released. it is fodder for the republicans and every time clinton is forced to talk about the e-mails, she is not talking about issues that are important to americans. john, christine. elise labott, thank you. a new challenge to donald trump's supremacy. the billionaire now tied with ben carson at 23% in the new monmouth university poll. the first time in a month trump has not led the pack. carson's gain is walker's loss. look at carly fiorina in there at number three at 10%. the top three people in there are not politicians. six weeks ago, the same poll had walker in front at 22%.
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having any kind of elected office resume not really good. >> experience in the job is not vital. a sharp jab at jeb bush from donald trump. donald trump going after jeb bush on immigration. a message posted on instagram. used a short clip over remarks bush made last year that undocumented immigrants come to the united states to provide for their families. listen. >> yes, they broke the law, but it's not a felony. it's an act of love. >> a couple notable things. trump posted this on instagram. he has a huge social media following. he can get a lot of reach. the other thing, a lot of people noting this blast is reminiscent of the willie horton ads
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produced against his father, george h.w. bush. this seems deliberate. this morning, jeb bush will be in florida and tour a high school and host a town hall in miami. candidates further back in the pack are doing what they can to get attention. new jersey governor chris christie is polling under 2%. he dropped by "the tonight show" to trade quips with jimmy fallon. >> donald trump is in the lead of all of the polls. is this a surprise? >> not surprising. of course he is. it is wonderful and beautiful. i'm not worried about donald. i have to worry about myself and we will see what happens. >> that was chris christie.
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polling at 2%. he won jimmy fallon over. joe biden will march in one of the biggest labor day parades. 60,000 people will turn out to march in pittsburgh. union workers could be a key base of support for joe biden. born in pennsylvania. then, of course, moved on to delaware. biden is considering weighing the possibility now of running for president. president obama in the alaskan wilderness today planning a glacier hike and boat tour. part of the white house plan to use the arctic as a backdrop for the climate agenda. already he has taken global warming deniers to task. in an unusually blunt speech in anchorage. we have jim acosta there with
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the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, president obama delivering an urgent message on climate change. the president is sounding the alarm on climate change. melting glaciers and record high temperatures. the president delivered the speech to the arctic nations, including russia on monday night. in his address, he hinted at republicans in congress who stood in the way of his climate agenda. >> any so-called leader who does not take this seriously or treats it like a joke, is not fit to lead. the time to heed the critics and cynics and deniers has passed. the time to plead ignorance is surely passed. those who want to ignore the scien science, they are increasingly alone. >> reporter: the president
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renamed mt. mckin difficult in alaska denali. next, he will see the effects of climate changes first hand. he will visit a glacier with bear grylls as they talk about global warming and he will travel to northern alaska where he will become the first president to visit the arctic to hear from fishermen who are seeing their livelihoods threatened by climate change and white house official described this journey as a signature trip of the obama presidency. there could being spectacular pictures today. not happy about all of this. two ohio politicians are furious that the president renamed mt. mckinley back to mt. denali. original name for the tallest peak. house speaker john boehner and governor john kasich say it
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disrespected william mckinley. not far from the football hall of fame which i visited this summer. donald trump is going further than boehner and kasich. he says president obama wants to change the name of mckinley to denali. great insult to ohio. i will change it back. >> how many years was it denali before mckinley? >> forever. mckinley wasn't even president when it was called mckinlckinle. the gold prospector hiking up there and he said let's name this mckinley. >> this is why you are a celebrity "jeopardy" champ. president obama now just three votes short of the iran
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nuclear deal. 13 democrats still undecided. later today, we will find out how two key swing votes play out. democratic senators ben cardin and chris coonz are set to announce their answers for the deal. and the satellite images confirming the bel temple in palmyra has been destroyed. the images show the temple of bel obliterated. time for an eitharly start your money. disappointing numbers on chinese manufacturing. europe shares are down. u.s. stock futures are down. 2% right now. that will be an ugly start to september following the august down fall. yesterday, the dow fell 115.
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this is what august was like. down more than 1,100 points. the biggest drop since may of 2010. walmart cutting worker hours at stores. the move comes four months after walmart raised wages. walmart says this effects a small fraction of stores. it gave 500,000 workers a raise to $9 an hour. some critics are saying don't cut hours because you are paying more. a troubling history revealed about the suspect in the execution-style murder of the sheriff's deputy. new information about his past and why authorities think he did it it.
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issue. >> the president of the fop has said he believes this should be labeled a hate crime. do you think that should be the case? >> i think if we can demonstrate he was isolated and selected because he is wearing a uniform, that would qualify. >> we are learning the suspect has a rap sheet and mental illness. cnn's ed lavandera has more. >> reporter: we have learned in 2012, miles was arrested and criminally charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. he never went to trial on that charge. instead, he was found mentally incompetent to stand trial and sent to a mental hospital. prosecutors issued a subpoena trying to track down health records here in the houston area. this comes as one of miles' attorneys says one of the things they will do is order a psychological evaluation. the mental health issues here is
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something investigators and prosecutors will dig deeper into as this case moves along. here at pump number eight at the chevron gas station where deputy sheriff goforth was shot and killed on friday night, the outpouring of support continues. thousands of people have been streaming by here leaving flowers and teddy bears and balloons and messages of condolences for goforth's family. many people had to hear and see the suspect in this case for the first time in court today. some of the gruesome details of the way the murder unfolded here in the parking lot very troubling and very powerful and emotional scene in the courtroom. christine and john. ed lavandera, thank you. the supreme court refusing to intervene on behalf of the kentucky county clerk kim davis. she has denied marriage licenses to same-sex couples because it
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conflicts with her religious beliefs. her refusal now could result in fines or jail time. the deflategate hearing in new york attended by roger goodell and tom brady lasted four minutes. >> who looks better? >> they both look dashing. >> come on. >> the two sides were unable to agree. it's not like they are walking the runway. >> i just objectified tom brady. >> the judge will intervene in the case. he is a good-looking man. >> he is. i would ask the judge, judge berman, no relation, do the right thing. chaos in europe as migrants
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are escaping war zones looking for any place to call home. this is a serious, serious situation. we are live where hundreds arrived overnight in germany. that's next. how fast are allegra® gelcaps?
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new developments this morning in europe's escalating migrant crisis. train loads of men, women and children, mostly from syria
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flooding into austria and germany. the asylum rule is eroding. all governments in europe must bear the burden equally according to angela merkel. we have cnn's frederik pleitgen in germany this morning. fred, this is a situation that needs to be dealt with immediately. >> reporter: it is. we can see that here this morning in munich, john. if you look behind me, hundreds of people just arrived here at the munich train administration. they is gone through hungary and austria. many held up along the way. at this point, migration laws are falling apart. there is a system in place that is supposed to put the refugees equally in all countries. at this point in time, it appears the germans that are telling the iraqis and syrians that all of them can come there and apply for asylum. that is what people are doing.
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if i ask martin, my cameraman, to pan this way, germans brought a couple of buses here that people are trying to get on to. this is done in a fairly orderly fashion as you would expect in germany. these people are going to be brought to temporary shelters. that is not necessarily the case in other countries. we have seen harrowing scenes of people staying out in the heat and for days with little food or water. the situation is different here. you can really feel how all of the european countries are having a lot of trouble coming to terms with the flood of people that's trying to get into europe, especially from syria and iraq. we have spoken to afghans as well. john. >> frederik pleitgen, thank you. a lot of buzz in the business world because the ceo says she is having twins and she's going to work the whole time. the latest in the parental leave debate next. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare?
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i'm christine romans. let's get an early start on your money. i have a smile on my face.
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an ugly start to the month for stocks. asian and european shares lower. disappointing chinese numbers. u.s. stocks futures falling sharply. the dow plunged more than 1100 points in august. the biggest drop since may 2010. concerns over china and looming interest rate hike and oil. berman, look at this. oil logged the biggest three-day rally since the 1990. iraq invaded the oil fields of kuwait. opec may consider cutting production and the u.s. cut estimates for oil production. >> not by tons. >> a little. that was enough for the speculators to think that everyone has it wrong. oil prices could stay low for so long. after that three-day run, oil down almost 4% right now. watch oil. that will be a big story here
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this week. how much time should women take off work for maternity leave? marissa mayer says as little as possible. she announced she is expecting identic identical twin girls in december. she will be taking quote limited time away and working throughout. those are her words. during her last pregnancy, critics slammed her for setting a bad precedent for working moms and working moms at yahoo! see their boss working through it. she went back to the office just two weeks after giving birth and worked from home during her two-week maternity leave the last time. twins. >> a headline is twins. good luck with that. "early start" continues right frou.

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